Monthly Archives: November 2017

Inclusion Doesn’t Need To Be Difficult (Or The Day I Didn’t Actually Feel Like An Afterthought)

On Saturday afternoon I went to an event at the church I attend. It was a “Ladies Afternoon” and I really enjoyed it. Now – had the people in charge of planning the event actually gone out of their way … Continue reading

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Questions Versus Answers (Or – Are We Sure We Are Asking The Correct Questions In The First Place???)

There is something which will become blazingly obvious to anyone who decides to attempt to educate me about any given topic – my brain doesn’t compute things in the same way as the rest of the known universe. It has … Continue reading

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Is A Bad Representation Of Something Worse Than No Representation Of It?

Yesterday evening I went to a very interesting talk on the subject of the portrayal of Mental Health in the Media. The talk was given by two friends of mine – one of whom is extremely open about his Mental … Continue reading

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Its What’s On The Inside That Should Matter Most

Question – How would you describe the most beautiful person on the planet? I bet you have got a list of physical attributes that you would like your ideal partner to have – as well as the ideal voice and … Continue reading

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Its A Matter Of (Font) Size (Or – How Small Print Can Lose People And Companies Money)

Just recently I have found myself trying to read information which is important for my wellbeing in various ways. Luckily I have a few apps on my mobile which help me find some of the information I need (Wikipedia and … Continue reading

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Disabled People Are Important Too

There are times when I do something expecting one result and get a totally different reaction. On Wednesday night I took part in a debate on Twitter on the subject of the Police and their treatment of Disabled people. To … Continue reading

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The Dangers Of Being A Non-Driver

This may sound like a very strange question but I am going to ask it anyway – what is the most dangerous thing you can do with a car (or other motorised vehicle of your choice)??? I can just about … Continue reading

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The Great Size Con

The above photo perfectly demonstrates the thing I find most irritating about going clothes shopping – the difference in measurements for clothes sizes. No – I am not talking about the fact that some shops and clothing brands have been … Continue reading

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